That’s why the gold standard of research is human clinical trials. It’s the only way to know for sure what you’re consuming is something that other people have tried and found effective.
In fact, for any legitimate medicine or intervention to see the light of day, clinical trials must be done.
And because they’re governed by strict protocols and overseen by regulatory bodies, human clinical trials play a crucial role in discovering new health options for people.
But when the researchers from Italy started their trials for the strange yellow fruit, they knew it was possible they could walk away without any positive results.
In fact, a few thought it was impossible for a natural ingredient to have real effects on cholesterol and blood sugar.
That’s why the researchers were shocked by what they found when they put the odd yellow fruit through the rigors of human clinical trial testing.
Because in the trials, they found that the extract from this “odd yellow fruit” showed tremendous promise for supporting healthy cholesterol levels in people.
This is a huge breakthrough for anyone looking to manage their cholesterol levels naturally.
Because it means people now have options for getting their cholesterol levels back into a healthy range without automatically turning to cholesterol-lowering drugs like statins.
(Of course, if you’re taking statins, don’t just drop what you’re doing. Speak to your doctor before making any rash changes to your diet, exercise or lifestyle).
But study after study has echoed those findings from the Italian researchers’ initial study in 2015.
For example, in a recent human trial of 238 people, scientists placed subjects in three groups.
Group one took a placebo and then groups two and three either took 500mg or 1,000mg of this odd yellow fruit’s extract.
Here's what they found....